Presentation-cum-Discussion By Victor Rangel-Ribeiro The Hidden Archives in Goa's Homes At Xavier Centre of Historical Research Wednesday, 17 th August, 2016 5:30 pm Bio-data : Mr. Victor Rangel-Ribeiro has lived in Goa, Bombay and Calcutta, where he worked as a journalist and editor. He earned his B.A. from Bombay University and his M.A. from Columbia University. Since then he has lived in the United States, His varied professional career includes working on a freelance basis for Fairleigh... favoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: goa, history, archives, home, victor rangel-ribeiro
A tribute to Lea Rangel. Excerpts from the concert (Feb 22, 2012, Kala Academy, Goa, India) ---------------------------- Invitation to a Celebratory Concert Remembering Lea Rangel-Ribeiro (1933-2011) Kala Academy DMK Auditorium Wednesday, Feb. 22, 6.30 p.m. Programme Jules Massenet: "Meditation" from Thais Pheroze Mistri, violin, Goa State Chamber Ensemble Victor Rangel-Ribeiro, conductor (not recorded) W. A. Mozart: "Kegelstatt Trio", K. V. 498 Andante Menuetto Ashley Rego,... favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: lea rangel, victor rangel-ribeiro, goa, music, kala academy, classical, tribute concert
Comments from the jury and others of a 2011-2012 short story competition held in Goa, at the Fundacao Orient. January 28, 2012. The programme begins with a welcome by Fundacao Oriente delegate in India Eduardo Kol de Carvalho. Novelist-editor-writer Victor Rangel-Ribeiro talks about the 20th century birth of Goan writing in English. He traces the birth of novels in English, and more. Author Dr Maria Aurora Couto introduces the panel of judges. Konkani novelist and writer Damodar Mauzo shares... Topics: short story, goa, 2012, fundacao oriente, victor rangel-ribeiro, goan writing in english, jose...
byPerformance by the Goa Strings Orchestra, recorded by FN
On Monday, March 17, I the Goa String Orchestra performed in a concert of international classical music. The programme begins with Handel's jolly "Arrival of the Queen of Sheba". To enhance the couple's amorous mood the GSO then plays Edward Elgar's "Salut d'amour", and follows that up with his "Chanson de matin" (Morning Song). The main work of the evening was Mozart's very lively and tuneful early piano concerto No. 14 in E flat; the soloist is Karl Lutchmayer,... Topics: goa, strings orchestra, march 2014, concert, international classical music, handel, arrival of the...